Retailers Take on Big Tobacco, Raise Buying Age

April 24, 2019
Walgreens, who has the worst record of selling to underage buyers according to the FDA, is raising the minimum age to buy tobacco products in its stores to 21 in September. Rite Aid will also be making the change in the next 90 days. Dr. Jen Caudle joins Cheddar News' Hena Doba to discuss.
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